Kim Dacres is a visual artist using found tires and rubber to create sculptures celebrating influences in her life and community. Dacres was born in the Bronx to Jamaican immigrants. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Art Studio and Political Science with a minor in Africana Studies from Williams College and her Master’s degree in Education focusing on Teaching English as Second Language K-12 from Lehman College at the City University of New York. Kim’s work considers the texture of experiences unique to Black People and women and the fragments of their experiences that shape a world view. Dacres has exhibited at Bradley Ertaskiran Gallery Quebec, Canada; Galleria Anna Marra, Rome, Italy; Lustwarande, Tilburg, Netherlands; Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem, New York; A.I.R Gallery, Brooklyn, New York; REGULARNORMAL, New York, New York; UTA Artist Space Gallery, Beverly Hills, California; and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California.